We are starting 2020 with the most crucial topic - Wellbeing!
Across our media platforms, we are sharing articles, innovations, interviews and guest articles exploring student and teacher wellbeing! As a next step, we would want to engage with you and hear what you have to say - on Twitter! Together, lets explore questions like "In today’s digital world, how are we supporting young people to adopt healthy habits when using digital devices so that they fully develop their mental, physical and social wellbeing? What are the most effective innovations around the world that support the holistic wellbeing of students?" Together, we can all #Work2BeWell.
Where and when is the Twitter Chat?
The #HundrEDChat is hosted with the help of our ambassadors and innovators on the HundrED Twitter Channel. We invite everyone to actively participate in this global discussion!
Join the conversation on Friday, 24th January at 1500 Pacific Standard Time (PST) or 2300 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
This month's chat will be hosted by HundrED innovator, Matthew Soeth from the United States.
Who is Matthew Soeth?
Matt Soeth is the Co-Founder and Executive Director for #ICANHELP, a non-profit aimed at educating and empowering students to help delete negativity online. At the helm of #ICANHELP, Matt works to grow the vision and resources of the nonprofit which have included an expanded digital citizenship curriculum, the annual Digital4Good conference, and a recent campaign with Sharpie and Yankees star Aaron Judge.
As an expert in social media dynamics, Matt provides professional development to staff and students across the United States. In addition, he manages partnerships with other nonprofits, professional organizations, and technology companies providing advice and insight into student behavior on social media, gaming, and schools.
HundrED Chats occur regularly on Twitter and we invite everyone to actively participate in the conversation! Contact our Head of Community & Media, Pukhraj Ranjan, for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.